Apply for United States Citizenship before the fee increases!
USCIS finalized a rule change regarding immigration fees that will go into effect on October 2. The naturalization application fee will increase to $1,170. In addition, USCIS also announced that it will eliminate the Reduced Fee option for naturalization applicants while also limiting applicants' eligibility for the full fee waiver.
Get your application in before the fee increases! Advancing Justice - Atlanta will host a free virtual citizenship clinic on September 26.
Find out more at advancingjustice-atlanta.org or call 404-890-5655.
Sign up TODAY.
HOW TO JOIN OUR VIRTUAL CLINIC!
Step 2: Pre-screening and limited service agreement.
Applicants will be contacted by one volunteer or staff member from the partner organizations. The volunteer is required to provide the limited-service agreement to the applicant. Please make sure the applicants submit the form online limited service agreement in Google Forms.
Step 3: Directing applicants to start the application in CitizenshipWorks. Applicants will be required to complete their N400 application using CitizenshipWorks through www.citizenshipworks.org/portal/AAAJ-ATL.
Step 4: Fee Waiver. Applicants seeking to complete the fee waiver are required to have their 2019 tax return or certified public benefits letter. One staff member from AAAJ-Atlanta will contact them to check their eligibility.
Step 4: Legal Review. In order to perform the legal review, applicants will be required to have at least 95% of the application complete. We will schedule a Zoom conference or phone call with the applicant and legal representative.
Do I Qualify?
What Do I need to prepare?
$725 check or money order made out to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for a filing fee.
*If you need financial assistance, please bring your most recent tax return and/or evidence of public benefits.
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